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Description 1CD(s) - Label:Decca - Distributor:Universal Manufacturing and Logistics - Run Time:1 hour 8 minutes - Released:10/1996 more


Description 3CD(s) - Label:Decca, London, Grand Opera - Distributor:Universal Manufacturing and Logistics - Run Time:3 hours 35 minutes, 4 hours 36 minutes - ADD - Released:01/09/1991, 09/1991 more


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“Dial O for Opera”

published 18/11/2007

Speed dial makes navigating oh so easy!

Initial load up is very slow.

...alternative. Naturally, Internet Explorer is straight off the menu as its massive security flaws and general style make it repulsive to me. Safari looked promising on first download only for me to find that it just was not compatible with several of my favourite sites. This left me with but one alternative...Opera. I have never really fancied the idea of the Opera Web Browser. For some reason it always...

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Funny, good acting and great singing

Mad storyline!

...: Well as expected this is a musical and its set on the stage as The Jerry Springer Show with similar backdrop and the likes. The audience sing, opera style throughout the show where they are also on the stage. We get to meet the warm up man (who later becomes the devil!) and Steve, the security man is about too (though not the real Steve!). The only person who doesn't sing is Jerry himself...

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Masterpiece of musical theatre

Ending is little too "all lived happily ever after"

...Opera can be purchased for £12.99 from most good music stores. It was released on the Decca label on 14th February 2000. The opera tells the story of the murderering gangster, MacHeath aka Mac the Knife. Set in London's criminal underworld in the 1930s. It opens in Jonathan Peachum?s shop. Peachum runs a business clothing beggars and providing them with a location to beg in for a share in...

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